Day: August 8, 2019

Zero to Deep Learning: The Logistics
AI Deep Learning

Zero to Deep Learning: The Logistics

Here’s a great article guiding people from going from zero deep learning experience to a “steady state” practitioner. Deep learning models can be intimidating and rightfully so; in their raw form they are highly complex algorithms that need to be engineered with expertise. However, deep learning is very accessible to individuals with a background in […]

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AI Economics of AI Robotics

Digital Transformation of Construction Sites with Robotics

TechCrunch takes a closer look at Barcelona-based Scaled Robotics. The company built a Wall-E doppelgänger to navigate around and build maps of construction sites by fusing images, video, and data captured by its robots.

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Deep Learning in R with Keras
Deep Learning R

Deep Learning in R with Keras

Yes, you read the title correctly. Keras and Deep Learning are not just for Pythonic peoples, R developers can play along, too. Here’s a great article on how to use Keras from R.  This talk introduces you to using Keras from within R, highlighting the packages and supporting tools (and some unique tools) available that […]

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AI Economics of AI

Preview of Crash Course Artificial Intelligence

CrashCourse has a preview of their upcoming AI course with Jabril Ashe, who has an awesome YouTube channel on AI.

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Future Science

Future of Food

BBC Click features the future of food in their latest episode: producing food with less environmental impact, how 5G helps salmon farms in the Orkney Islands, and a taste of new lab grown foods.

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Interesting Natural Language Processing Science

Fireside Chat with Christopher Manning

In this video from Microsoft Research, Susan Dumais sits down with Christopher Manning is a Professor of Computer Science and Linguistics at Stanford University. Manning has coauthored leading textbooks on statistical approaches to natural language processing (Manning and Schuetze, 1999) and information retrieval (Manning, Raghavan, and Schuetze, 2008). His most recent work has concentrated on […]

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Azure Data

Azure SQL Database SLA Discussion

Here’s a great video that was just uploaded to the Microsoft Developer YouTube channel. When data is the lifeblood of your business, you want to ensure your databases are reliable, secure and available when called upon to perform. Service level agreements (SLA) set an expectation for uptime and performance and are a key input for […]

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Blockchain Cryptocurrency

Confidential Consortium Framework: a Deeper Look

In the second part of the CCF series of videos, we get a deeper look at and demonstrations of Microsoft’s open source Confidential Consortium Framework (CCF), which leverages Trusted Execution Environment (TEE) technology to provide full confidentiality, high transaction throughput, and governance capabilities for blockchain and multi-party application builders. Additional details about CCF can be […]

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Azure Big Data Data

Getting Started with Azure Data Factory

Jon Wood has posted another excellent video on how to get started with Azure Data Factory.

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Big Data Data Science

Data Mining with Weka

In this free data mining course for beginners, learn how to do data mining tasks with Weka. It will walks you through data mining process with Weka, a very powerful and widely used for data mining.

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